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  • Arizona advances to Sweet 16 with 73-58 win over Ohio State

    Arizona avenged one heartbreaking NCAA Tournament loss. One more win, and the Wildcats will get a chance to make up for another one. Gabe York made five 3-pointers and finished with 19 points, T.J. McConnell turned in a terrific all-around performance,...
  • Arizona weathers 'storms' to advance to Sweet 16 again

    After the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, Arizona coach Sean Miller can roll off a list of concerns about his team: staying focused on defense, moving the ball against a zone and making outside shots. The good news for Miller? The Wildcats will...
  • March Madness just the ticket for sluggish college hoops

    March Madness just the ticket for sluggish college hoops
    Who knew? For months, we've heard all about the sorry state of college basketball. The sport was in trouble. It was unwatchable thanks to a combination of low scoring and painfully slow play. Most of the sport's recognizable stars were leaving after just...
  • Sunday's multi-sport college roundup: ODU loses 71-66 at Villanova in WNIT second round; No. 8 Rice edges ODU 5-4 in baseball to avoid three-game sweep

    Colleges: Women's basketball: Old Dominion sophomore Jennie Simms scored 20 of her 29 points in the second half, but the Lady Monarchs lost 71-66 at Villanova in the second round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Simms also had...
  • Who's your daddy? If you have to ask, say bye-bye to NCAAs

    Filling the sneakers of famous fathers is fast becoming a theme at this year's NCAA Tournament. The latest son to lace 'em up successfully was Oregon's Joseph Young, whose highlight-reel performance Friday was a worthy follow-up to all the fireworks...
  • For Lakers, plenty of draft prospects to watch in NCAA tournament

    For Lakers, plenty of draft prospects to watch in NCAA tournament
    March Madness tips off Tuesday with play-in games, followed by the round of 64 starting Thursday. The Lakers, with up to four picks in June's 2015 NBA draft, will have plenty of prospects to watch throughout the NCAA tournament Provided the team...
  • President Obama picks Maryland to reach Sweet 16 in NCAA tournament

    President Obama picks Maryland to reach Sweet 16 in NCAA tournament
    Mark it down: The Terps are heading to the Sweet 16. At least that's what the most powerful man in the free world believes. President Obama continued his tradition of picking an NCAA tournament bracket for ESPN, and he has the fourth-seeded Maryland...
  • UCLA Bruins' Kevon Looney knows he faces a tough challenge

    UCLA Bruins' Kevon Looney knows he faces a tough challenge
    Kevon Looney has left the medical details of his facial injury to his doctors. "They just told me something's wrong with my face," Looney said. He is more concerned with how the injury, which has forced him to wear a mask, will affect his play. Looney...
  • NCAA tournament matchup: UCLA vs. Southern Methodist

    NCAA tournament matchup: UCLA vs. Southern Methodist
    No. 11 UCLA 20-13 vs. No. 6 Southern Methodist 27-6 Thursday at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky. How they got here: UCLA squeaked in with the fifth-to-last at-large bid after finishing fourth in the Pac-12 Conference regular season and losing a...
  • In SMU, UCLA sees a familiar opponent: Arizona

    In SMU, UCLA sees a familiar opponent: Arizona
    The last time UCLA played Southern Methodist, its opponent in the second round of the NCAA tournament in Louisville on Thursday, Gerald Ford was president and current SMU Coach Larry Brown was three years away from becoming the UCLA coach. But the...
  • Tony Parker helps Bruins lighten up, but has serious impact on game

    Tony Parker helps Bruins lighten up, but has serious impact on game
    In the middle of UCLA's tense, high-stakes game against Arizona last week, Bruins center Tony Parker's voice cut through the noise. UCLA sophomore guard Isaac Hamilton could hear him taunting Arizona's Stanley Johnson. "You ugly!" Parker was saying....